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Old 01-07-2012, 07:32 PM
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Just making sure im installing the best choice in all 3.

I have an XT8e, an Ofna GTP2e, and an RC8Be.
I also have a MMM 2200kv, a MMM 1512/1.5Y 1800kv, and a MMM 1512/1Y 2650kv.

All 4 rigs will probably run only on 4s lipo. As of right now im thinking the 2200kv in the XT8e, the 2650kv in the GTP2e, and the 1800kv in the RC8Be.

I am also looking for a power system for my ERBE-GT 1/8 on-road conversion although im thinking that should be another 2650kv.

Am i on the right track? Fat fingers don't install those screws in tight spots all that well, i want to make sure im putting them in the right rides lol.


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Just making sure im installing the best choice in all 3.

I have an XT8e, an Ofna GTP2e, and an RC8Be.
I also have a MMM 2200kv, a MMM 1512/1.5Y 1800kv, and a MMM 1512/1Y 2650kv.

All 4 rigs will probably run only on 4s lipo. As of right now im thinking the 2200kv in the XT8e, the 2650kv in the GTP2e, and the 1800kv in the RC8Be.

I am also looking for a power system for my ERBE-GT 1/8 on-road conversion although im thinking that should be another 2650kv.

Am i on the right track? Fat fingers don't install those screws in tight spots all that well, i want to make sure im putting them in the right rides lol.


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Nice rides bro! I'll give some of my opinions take 'em as you will.............

ERBE- Personally I think the 2650 on the ERBE would be a little overkill for what your intending to run it on. You really need a nice, smooth motor which Tekin has awesome options out there, the Tekin 2050kv would be a good option & the stocker motor of course isn't bad, just depends on your application, for track use I think the 2200 might be a little excessive.

XRay- For the Xray I think that combo will work pretty good w/the proper gearing & lipos.

GTP2- The Tekin 2050kv or 2250kv would be a great option w/plenty of power/torque that's smooth, linear & not jumping all over the place which is a killer w/on road racing, you need that smooth, easy acceleration.

G/L bro w/all your choices, have fun & you have some nice rides there.
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Should have said, i HAVE the 3 systems listed. Of the 3, which should go where.
I am thinking about picking up a Tekin sensored system but only if i notice the GTP2e or even the ERBE-GT being real bad, but im not planning right away to track race them, just parking lot destroyers.
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Should have said, i HAVE the 3 systems listed. Of the 3, which should go where.
I am thinking about picking up a Tekin sensored system but only if i notice the GTP2e or even the ERBE-GT being real bad, but im not planning right away to track race them, just parking lot destroyers.

I think the 2200kv on the RC8b & the 1800kv on the GTP2E would be a good setup.
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